Category: Delusional People

Past Imperfect – #281

Bernie: “Lolly, why did you get out of the car? Where are you going?” Lolly: “I’m fed up with it, Bernie. I can’t take it anymore.” Bernie: “Don’t be ridiculous. You can’t just walk away. You don’t know what’s down that road.” Lolly: “I know you’re not down […]

Past Imperfect – #223

Meanwhile, at their latest convention, Tea Party members performed a one-act play concerning their thoughts on the Rights of Women. It should come as no surprise that this plank in their platform is as rusty and outdated as Henry the VIII’s codpiece. Still, this live-action shot does provide […]

Past Imperfect – #222

It appears that it must be election season again, when a certain political party once more resorts to hypocritical grand-standing over actual substance. Or it could be “open mic” night at the local zoo. Same thing, different PR spin…  

Past Imperfect – #213

In one respect, this photo celebrates a love for the outdoors, the harvesting of crops, and a creative use of random props. On the flip side, this is probably the pivotal moment in American history when most men stopped wearing boxer shorts, lest they be associated with former […]

Past Imperfect – #188

Dr. Machismo, addressing his Psychology 101 class: “Students, in this classic snapshot, the photographer has managed to capture the full range of male sexuality. A lovely maiden is simply trying to transport a freshly-picked butternut squash to the Rome apartment of her beloved grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Catherine Marie […]

Past Imperfect – #181

William: “What the hell are you doing?” Gloria: “I’m doing what I do best. I’m being overly dramatic about everything in my life.” William: “But doesn’t that just wear you out after a while? I’m already tired and I’m just watching you.” Gloria: “That’s because you’re young. The […]

Past Imperfect – #169

As expected, the attendees at the national convention of a certain religious organization refused to take their blinders off. Otherwise, they would be forced to see the effects of hypocrisy and the cherry-picking of dogma, and that just wouldn’t do. Still, they all got a free toaster oven […]